A $350 Mac Killer? describes the parts required to build a low-end Hackintosh. Might make an interesting computer for the kids…

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Brandwares has some Office Best Practices that seem pretty helpful. Lots of XML approaches to tweaking Office app behaviors, for instance…

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This site was pretty useful to me in figuring out how to replace the stereo and speakers in my 2005 Toyota Highlander. Ultimately the stereo was replaced by a shop, but I might do a future speaker upgrade myself…

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Want to get yourself off of a lot of Internet-based personal info search services? Check this out: Thwart my OSINT Efforts while Binging TV! | tisiphone.net

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You can use a USB-C cable and a Apple developer account to take screenshots from a fourth-generation Apple TV. Here’s how.

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Auto-play videos suck. Here’s how you can turn them off. Source: Stop Auto-Play Videos from Annoying You in Your Browser on macOS

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This is a nice tool I just learned about to check your domain name’s current IP address and DNS record information against multiple name servers located in different parts of the world.

Source: Global DNS Propagation Checker – What’s My DNS?

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Ben Dodson built a cool iTunes Artwork Finder to download high-resolution cover art for music, movies, TV shows, and other media straight from Apple.

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Wookieepedia has a great list of Star Wars novels by release date, including a link to a list of upcoming novels.

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A complete guide to stopping video autoplay on Chrome and Firefox, both in Flash and HTML 5. Source: Stop Video Autoplay on Chrome and Firefox

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